Are you what you eat? Well, artist Klaus Enrique thinks so, so his "portraits" are actually still life sculptures using mostly food. It might be a botanical thing, but the fruit and veg portraits are the best. The portraits using flower petals are pretty nifty too. Now if some of these have a vague look of familiarity, then you probably know your art history because in the 1500s Giuseppe Arcimboldo was painting portraits where the faces were still-life compositions of food. TPP uses one of them in a lecture asking the same question, "are you what you eat?" At the link above you'll find a link to Giuseppe's work and the gallery where Enrique is exhibiting. Hadn't ever seen any of the more ghoulish ones before using items from the butcher's case; they're a bit creepy.